The Australian Austin A30 Club
Australian Austin A30 Car Club Inc
Founded 1980 Incorporated 1986 (Reg'd No. A8084W)
The Australian Austin A30 Car Club Inc. is an affiliated club with the Association of Motoring Clubs Incorporated.
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Site Last Updated 27/06/2018
The Australian Austin A30 Car Club was formed in 1980 by dedicated enthusiasts keen to promote and preserve as many Austin
A30's and A35's as possible, and to give car owners a chance to share ideas and interact. The club covers all Australia and has
members in each state.
Monthly meetings and events enable members and their families to enjoy their cars and to develop friendships
with others with a mutual interest.
Meetings are held on the third Wednesday of each month at 8.00pm in the Uniting Church Hall, 316
Camberwell Road. Camberwell ( a suburb of Melbourne).
Many members live interstate or in country Victoria, and are connected to the
club via our website and monthly newsletter "A30 Minutes".
The many services which the club offers its members include:-
parts scheme, with the availability of technical advice and assistance.
Access to reproduced and hard-to-get maintenance items not
generally available to the public
Monthly meeting with generous supper provided. From time to time, meeting include technical presentations
on car maintenance, tuning and related topics.
Monthly club newsletter ( approx 14 pages, magazine format) which keeps members up to
date on news and upcoming activities. The newsletter also includes feature articles, photos, technical advice and buy/sell notices.
club library with occasional special offers to mail books to members in any part of Australia free of charge.
Organised car runs, providing
access to private displays of machinery and machinery-related collections. Each year we attend the Winton historic car races and enjoy
a fantastic atmosphere.
Regular social events including picnics and dinners.
An open, friendly, nonpolitical environment where the main
focus is for members to enjoy their cars and each others company.
New members are welcomed with enthusiasm and given support and advice
to maintain and preserve their cars.
A range of club merchandise and regalia is available for purchase at low cost.
Access to the Vicroads
club permit (Red Plate) scheme which permits operation of cars for either 45 days or 90 days per year at a much reduced rate compared
to normal registration.
Club membership is currently $50 per year (plus a one-off $5 joining fee) which is among the cheapest in
For further information, phone Brian on 0413 304 585, or go to the club website: www.austina30.asn.au